This document lays out all the developmental stages that children will move through from birth to 5. It contains some great ideas of what you can do at home to support your child's development.
We use these phonics songs and actions to help children when learning their sounds.
This website is filled with phonics games that the children will be familiar with from our phonics lessons.
For Black History Month we had a visitor come and teach us how to use the drums. We traveled to Africa and listened to a story all about some animals. We then used the drums to make sounds and rhythms that represented the animals.
Someone has been in our classroom!
We came into school and our classroom had all been messed up. We had to look for clues to find out who had broken into our classroom. It was the fairy tale characters! We used our detective reports to record what we found.
We went to Forest School and had the best time! We had to search for hidden treasures all around the forest and then completed an assault course.
Oral blending and segmenting
Oral blending and segmenting is one of the first steps in helping children to learn to read and write. Here is a document with a few ideas of games you can play with your children to help them learn all about it.